Good afternoon. This is Cynthia Arceneaux from the KPLC Newsroom. Here are some of the stories we're working on for Live at Five and 7News at Six:
They're supposed to be homes built to help out low income families. But now the homes are being targeted by burglars. Someone broke into a Habitat for Humanity home and stole construction material. And this isn't the first time! This particular home has been hit four times.
Also tonight, a $2.7 million food stamp fraud case shuts down two Lake Charles convenience stores. Now the owners, Craig and Hillary Nash face up to 20 years in prison.
And here's some good news for area veterans. A new mobile clinic will soon be setting up in Lake Charles. Primary care services will be available three days a week. Use of the mobile clinic is expected to begin by the end of May.
Wade tells me the humidity will be increasing tonight. What does that say about the weather for the rest of this week?
This is Joe at the sports desk, coming up we'll have an update on the Saints' Bounty-Gate scandal, as NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell weighs in on the players assertion that they were just following orders. We'll also look at the McNeese State Softball and Baseball teams upcoming contests. Also, hear what LSU head coach Les Miles has to say as the 2012 Tiger Tour begins.
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